Thomas Seth Davis
Thomas Seth Davis
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Microbial volatile emissions as insect semiochemicals
TS Davis, TL Crippen, RW Hofstetter, JK Tomberlin
Journal of chemical ecology 39 (7), 840-859, 2013
2472013
Spotted wing drosophila, Drosophila suzukii (Diptera: Drosophilidae), trapped with combinations of wines and vinegars
PJ Landolt, T Adams, TS Davis, H Rogg
Florida Entomologist 95 (2), 326-332, 2012
692012
Symbiotic associations of bark beetles
RW Hofstetter, J Dinkins-Bookwalter, TS Davis, KD Klepzig
Bark Beetles, 209-245, 2015
652015
Insect-borne plant pathogens and their vectors: ecology, evolution, and complex interactions
SD Eigenbrode, NA Bosque-Pérez, TS Davis
Annual review of entomology 63, 169-191, 2018
592018
Modeling the impacts of two bark beetle species under a warming climate in the southwestern USA: ecological and economic consequences
KM Waring, DM Reboletti, LA Mork, CH Huang, RW Hofstetter, AM Garcia, ...
Environmental management 44 (4), 824-835, 2009
512009
Environmentally dependent host–pathogen and vector–pathogen interactions in the Barley yellow dwarf virus pathosystem
TS Davis, NA Bosque‐Pérez, NE Foote, T Magney, SD Eigenbrode
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (5), 1392-1401, 2015
482015
The ecology of yeasts in the bark beetle holobiont: a century of research revisited
TS Davis
Microbial ecology 69 (4), 723-732, 2015
422015
Experimental infection of plants with an herbivore-associated bacterial endosymbiont influences herbivore host selection behavior
TS Davis, DR Horton, JE Munyaneza, PJ Landolt
PLoS One 7 (11), 2012
422012
Interactions between the yeast Ogataea pini and filamentous fungi associated with the western pine beetle
TS Davis, RW Hofstetter, JT Foster, NE Foote, P Keim
Microbial ecology 61 (3), 626-634, 2011
412011
A survey of insect assemblages responding to volatiles from a ubiquitous fungus in an agricultural landscape
TS Davis, PJ Landolt
Journal of chemical ecology 39 (7), 860-868, 2013
382013
Volatle emissions from an epiphytic fungus are semiochemicals for eusocial wasps
TS Davis, K Boundy-Mills, PJ Landolt
Microbial Ecology, 2012
372012
Connecting active to passive fluorescence with photosynthesis: A method for evaluating remote sensing measurements of Chl fluorescence
TS Magney, C Frankenberg, JB Fisher, Y Sun, GB North, TS Davis, ...
New Phytologist 215 (4), 1594-1608, 2017
332017
Plant secondary chemistry mediates the performance of a nutritional symbiont associated with a tree‐killing herbivore
TS Davis, RW Hofstetter
Ecology 93 (2), 421-429, 2012
302012
Effects of gallery density and species ratio on the fitness and fecundity of two sympatric bark beetles (Coleoptera: Curculionidae)
TS Davis, RW Hofstetter
Environmental entomology 38 (3), 639-650, 2009
292009
Aphid behavioral responses to virus‐infected plants are similar despite divergent fitness effects
Y Wu, TS Davis, SD Eigenbrode
Entomologia Experimentalis et Applicata 153 (3), 246-255, 2014
272014
Reciprocal interactions between the bark beetle-associated yeast Ogataea pini and host plant phytochemistry
TS Davis, RW Hofstetter
Mycologia 103 (6), 1201-1207, 2011
222011
N-Butyl sulfide as an attractant and coattractant for male and female codling moth (Lepidoptera: Tortricidae)
PJ Landolt, B Ohler, P Lo, D Cha, TS Davis, DM Suckling, J Brunner
Environmental entomology 43 (2), 291-297, 2014
202014
Differing contributions of density dependence and climate to the population dynamics of three eruptive herbivores
TS Davis, JT Abatzoglou, NA BOSQUE‐PÉREZ, SE Halbert, K Pike, ...
Ecological entomology 39 (5), 566-577, 2014
162014
Climate change and biological control in agricultural systems: principles and examples from North America
SD Eigenbrode, TS Davis, DW Crowder, C Björkman, P Niemelä
Climate change and insect pests, 119-135, 2015
152015
Attraction of the orange mint moth and false celery leaftier moth (Lepidoptera: Crambidae) to floral chemical lures
P Landolt, D Cha, TS Davis
Journal of economic entomology 107 (2), 654-660, 2014
122014
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